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Monday Giveaway: Laura Mercier Radiance Primer

 

Laura Mercier Radiance Primer (Saks, $30)

From time to time, the good folks at Elle Magazine send me a gift from the beauty closet.  This month, they sent me a full size tube of Laura Mercier’s Radiance Foundation Primer.  

A pioneer in the use of tinter moisturizer and facial primer, Laura Mercier knows a thing or two about making skin look it’s best.  Her new radiance primer gives skin a healthy glow without color.  When you wear it, you look like you’ve had the best facial of your life.

To enter this giveaway, name your favorite holiday tune, Christmas carol or hymn.  Just remember to use your email address to comment or else you are not eligible to win.

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    277 comments

  1. AMDP says:

    Christmas Canon (by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra)

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  2. Katherine says:

    “Angels We Have Heard On High” – I love to sing it in church with everyone!

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  3. Jessica says:

    Britney's “My Only Wish” – it's just so catchy!

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  4. Edith says:

    Aussie Jingle Bells.

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  5. Katie says:

    “What Child is This” has always been a favorite.

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  6. Tessa says:

    I love 'Oh Holy Night' Ò€” a beautiful classic!

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  7. Meaghan says:

    all i want for christmas is youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

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  8. A says:

    “All I Want for Christmas Is You” Mariah Carey

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  9. KSB says:

    Silver Bells!

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  10. E says:

    “This Christmas,” sung by anyone, but especially 90s throwback All-4-One

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  11. Michelle says:

    “Deck the Halls”

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  12. Kaylee says:

    Silent Night-partially because I like the song and partially because of the memories tied to it.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  13. MJ says:

    “heat miser” from The Year Without a Santa Claus!

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  14. maddie says:

    Baby it's Cold Outside

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  15. L says:

    O Holy Night!

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  16. Emily says:

    Carol of the Bells!

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  17. S says:

    Judy Garland's rendition of Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

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  18. K says:

    “Santa Baby”

    Santa Baby, a 54 convertible too, light blue.

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  19. Ms. B says:

    “This is My Grown-up Christmas List” by Amy Grant

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  20. Annie says:

    Little Drummer Boy.

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  21. Terri Lynn says:

    “Star Child” from Faith We Sing.

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  22. Kat says:

    Carol of the Bells and O Holy Night, especially when I hear them sung by my Mom's choir back home!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  23. Nina says:

    O Holy Night. Embarrassing confession – I really love the Hanson version. I listen to their Christmas album un-ironically!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  24. espie says:

    The Christmas Song, sung by Nat King Cole!

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  25. MB says:

    Silent Night is really perfect on Christmas eve.

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  26. DCQuarterlife says:

    I've gotta represent the Jews here and go with a Hannukah song…alas, there aren't many so I guess Dreidel Dreidel….

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  27. K. Henry says:

    “All I want for Christmas” Mariah Carey

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  28. Jessica says:

    “What Child is This” is my all time favorite Christmas Carol!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  29. K says:

    Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays by N'SYNC…. I wish I was kidding, hahaa

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  30. Sarah says:

    Christmas Wrapping – Spice Girls

    Posting up on the throwback jams.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  31. Karen Morse says:

    “I'll be Home for Christmas”

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  32. kl says:

    most awesomely bad Christmas song goes to Mariah for “Oh, Santa”
    most beautiful is “Night of Silence/Silent Night”

    p.s. I'm new to DC as of this fall and your blog has massively helped me as I build my working wardrobe, thanks a million!

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  33. lulu says:

    Last Christmas by Wham πŸ˜‰

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  34. Emilie says:

    Most of my childhood and adolescence was spent in some sort of church or chamber choir, so I'll go with “The Holly and the Ivy”.

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  35. AJS says:

    Carol of the Bells, sung by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

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  36. Helena says:

    Last Christmas– Wham!

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  37. Jessica says:

    I love me some “Maoz Tzur (Rock of Ages)” at Hanukkah time!

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  38. Sarah H says:

    Hark the Herald, Angels Sing

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  39. tealt says:

    Little Drummer Boy!!

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  40. Cassandra says:

    “Happy Holidays” by Bing Crosby. The classics are always the best!

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  41. MM says:

    “I Believe” – Frank Sinatra

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  42. Hannah says:

    I'll Be Home for Christmas. Josh Groban includes messages from service members deployed overseas…gets me every time!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  43. CML says:

    While the traditional carols are all wonderful (if used sparingly and beginning AFTER thanksgiving), my favorite has long been “Christmas Wrapping” by the Waitresses

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  44. Tiffany says:

    “A Marshmellow World” by Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin

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  45. Paige says:

    White Christmas by Bing Crosby, such a classic

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  46. SW says:

    O Come All Ye Faithful. Best served on Christmas Eve in a packed church.

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  47. Lizzie says:

    “All I Want for Christmas is You” –definitely the Mariah Carey version!

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  48. BN says:

    The Chanukah Song by Adam Sandler (sequels 2 and 3 were pretty good too!)

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  49. Erin says:

    Little Drummer Boy/ Peace on Earth sung by David Bowie and Bing Crosby. Best Christmas song/ special ever. https://goo.gl/aVf0q

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  50. Cam says:

    “Happy XMas (War is Over)”

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  51. KH says:

    We Three Kings

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  52. Leila says:

    “All I Want for Christmas is You”

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  53. bmc says:

    A Muppets Christmas Carol.

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  54. Jamie says:

    All I Want for Christmas is You by Mariah Carey!

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  55. Bekki says:

    I would have to say “What Child is This” by Selah

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  56. anon says:

    Silent Night, of course!

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  57. Amy says:

    Albeit not traditionally a holiday song, The Pointer Sister's Jump for My Love gets me in the holiday spirit like none other. This is thanks to Hugh Grant and Love Actually. πŸ™‚

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  58. MM says:

    Oh Holy Night – so much fun to sing!

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  59. LA says:

    “I've Got My Love To Keep You Warm” -Kay Starr

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  60. Laura says:

    “Baby it's cold outside”!

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  61. Amy says:

    Keeping with the 90s pop theme: “All I want for Christmas is you”

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  62. Becky says:

    Mary Did You Know

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  63. E says:

    Mine is a non-traditional holiday song from a Christmas movie, too: “Pennies from Heaven” from Elf always puts a smile on my face. And what's better than New York at Christmas?

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  64. CynthiaW says:

    It's a toss up between Jingle Bells by Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters and Little Drummer Boy with Bing Crosby and David Bowie!

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  65. TC says:

    Happy Christmas (War Is Over)
    by: John Lennon

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  66. Ashleigh says:

    O Come O Come Emmanuel.

    Happy holidays to you & your family, Belle.

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  67. CR says:

    O Holy Night – particularly when sung by Josh Groban in my car with me singing along (albeit frequently off-key)

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  68. Casey says:

    O Holy Night

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  69. Meredith says:

    White Christmas- Otis Redding version

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  70. K says:

    Cool Yule – Louis Armstrong.

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  71. Heather says:

    My favorite christmas song is a tough one since I just love Christmas. But I'm pretty sure it's White Christmas!

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  72. Jan says:

    Silent Night or First Noel

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  73. Linh says:

    All I want for christmas is you!

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  74. virginia says:

    “River” by Joni Mitchell, and “O Holy Night.”

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  75. N says:

    Joy to the World!

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  76. alicia says:

    O Holy Night is the best Christmas song. I only wish I wasn't completely tone deaf- those high notes are way too difficult for me to hit when I'm singing along in my car!

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  77. B says:

    White Christmas

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  78. j says:

    Silver Bells! When I was a little girl I loved this song and envisioned the day when I would move to the city and experience the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Now, I get to experience DC with the myriad of holiday receptions and parties. It doesn't compare to NYC but I feel like it does capture the picture painted by Silver Bells.

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  79. She_intheB says:

    Baby, It's Cold Outside!

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  80. Nora says:

    Marshmallow World-Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra

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  81. MA says:

    “This Christmas” is a favorite, and Mariah's “All I Want for Christmas.”

    Thanks for all the great posts, Belle.

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  82. AmandaL says:

    Definitely 'The Christmas Song'! Makes me want to bake cookies and sit by the fire.

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  83. lisa says:

    good king wenceslas!

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  84. JR says:

    Silent Night

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  85. Tara says:

    All I Want for Christmas is You

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  86. Aunt_Pete says:

    The Holly and The Ivy

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  87. Smeeshu says:

    “Little Drummer Boy” because it reminds me of my Nana. “Feliz Navidad” by Jose Feliciano is a close second πŸ™‚

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  88. SB says:

    God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman – Barenaked Ladies' version.

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  89. Alexis says:

    “Baby It's Cold Outside.” You can't help but sing along.

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  90. R says:

    Too many to list but I'll start with Frosty. Happy Holidays Belle!

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  91. CS says:

    Hark the Herald Angels Sing!

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  92. V says:

    Christmas Eve Sarajevo 12/24 by Trans-Siberian Orchestra – amazing live.

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  93. Katherine says:

    Joy to the World!

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  94. BCN says:

    I love Silent Night.

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  95. evdv says:

    The Christmas Song!- aka “Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire…” Thanks for sharing, Belle!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  96. KJ says:

    Baby, It's Cold Outside- Rosemary Clooney

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  97. Morgan says:

    I'll Be Home for Christmas

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  98. Lauren says:

    It's tough to pick just one, but “I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas” is definitely up there!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  99. J says:

    Oh Christmas Tree- love when it's sung bilingual, too.

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  100. V says:

    All I want for Christmas – Mariah Carey

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  101. Stephanie says:

    o come all ye faithful
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oUAnGcT–A

    =)

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  102. Roxana says:

    Grandma Got Ran Over by a Reindeer.

    Obvi.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  103. Suzanne says:

    Clearly, Happy Xmas by John Lennon πŸ™‚

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  104. Martha says:

    Otis Redding's “White Christmas”

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  105. Adrien says:

    The Bowie/Crosby version of Little Drummer Boy.

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  106. Ara says:

    Baby it's cold outside…love this song =)

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  107. Susan says:

    Mariah Carey's All I Want for Christmas Is You- its so upbeat and always makes me smile

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  108. MA says:

    I second Judy Garland “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” so beautiful.

    and shamefully for some reason I have also enjoyed a good *N'SYNC “Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays” over the years.

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  109. Danielle says:

    O Holy Night

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  110. Maya says:

    Jingle Bell Rock!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  111. Angelle says:

    Baby, its cold outside (any rendition, but I do like Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey's version best).

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  112. Betsy says:

    Carol of the Bells – Transsiberian Orchestra style.

    On another note, I tried a betweeny at Bliss with Geneen and it was nearly painless! Considering what I expected, of course. Now I'm getting a shellac mani there on Weds. This is a dangerous find!

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  113. LT says:

    Carol of the Bells

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  114. Jess says:

    Hmmm, 12 Days of Christmas, Muppet style!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  115. Katie11 says:

    Silent Night!

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  116. Ali says:

    Dominick the Italian Christmas Donkey!!!

    Clickity clock heehaw heehaww

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  117. Theresa says:

    Please Come Home For Christmas – Charles Brown

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  118. Suzanne says:

    “Once upon a christmas” Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton

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  119. Ngoc Janjua says:

    “Silent Night”

    And “Santa, Baby”

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  120. JEB says:

    Silent Night is among my favorites. I love this time of year!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  121. Truc says:

    O Come, O Come, Emmanuel. thanks!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  122. A says:

    The entire *NSync “Home for Christmas” album makes me think of dancing badly and decorating with my sisters. Love your blog!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  123. Casey says:

    Santa Baby!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  124. EmZ says:

    “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” – especially the Sinatra version!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  125. phoebe says:

    O Come, O Come Emmanuel

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  126. Melissa says:

    My favorite Christmas song is the David Bowie and Bing Crosby duet of Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth. It's odd, but wonderful.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  127. Allison says:

    O Holy Night!

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  128. Kate says:

    Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas or What Child is This

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  129. V says:

    It's a toss up between Hey Santa Claus by the The Sonics and Just Like Christmas by Low.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  130. Montana says:

    Ave Maria, sung by Pavarotti

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  131. Jennifer says:

    Feliz Navidad!! It's so fun! πŸ™‚

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  132. Patricia says:

    Merry Christmas from the Family – Robert Earl Keene

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  133. Katherine K says:

    “Christmas in Killarney” by Bing Crosby!

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  134. sai says:

    I love the Carol of the Bells–and have ever since I first saw Home Alone. It never goes out of style.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  135. cginnyc says:

    “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing”

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  136. Lin says:

    let it snow

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  137. Lindsay says:

    All I Want for Christmas by Mariah Carey – and not with Justin Beiber πŸ™‚

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  138. SJR says:

    Oh Come All Ye Faithful – Our church always started our Christmas service with this beautiful processional

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  139. Danielle says:

    Discovered this beautiful French carol a few years ago, it's absolutely gorgeous: “Quelle est cette odeur agreable?”

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  140. Evee says:

    “O Come, O Come, Emanuel”!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  141. Gabrielle says:

    Even though (or because) I'm from Australia, my favorite is Let It Snow.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  142. Carolyn says:

    O Come All Ye Faithful, though O Holy Night is a close second!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  143. Katrina says:

    The new Michael Buble Christmas is wonderful, but as a child of the 90s, I love “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays” by NSYNC.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  144. Genevieve says:

    O Holy Night!
    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  145. SarahT says:

    “All I Want for Christmas” but the version from the end of “Love Actually” because it doesn't feel like the holidays until I watch that movie!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  146. KS says:

    O Come All Ye Faithful- there's something about hearing this recessional hymn at Christmas Eve mass that truly makes me love Christmas.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  147. Govvie says:

    Bing Crosby's Sleigh Ride.

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  148. Terri Taylor says:

    The Christmas Song (Nat King Cole)

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  149. Kelsey says:

    Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas!

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  150. W says:

    Oh Holy Night. It's so beautiful. PS Laura Mercier has a great foundation as well.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  151. Megan R. says:

    O Holy Night, especially as sung by my future husband Josh Groban

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  152. Hannah says:

    O Holy Night by Josh Groban, specifically the line “Truly, he taught us to love one another” – seems like we need these lessons here on the Hill more than ever! (p.s. – great blog… I follow it religiously!)

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  153. B says:

    “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”

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  154. Jen says:

    “Colorado Christmas” by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  155. S says:

    joy to the world!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  156. Monica says:

    The Muppet's Christmas Carol.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  157. Nita says:

    “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)” — Alvin and the Chipmunks… It was my favorite as a kid πŸ™‚

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  158. Fork + Canvas says:

    “All I Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey and Justin Bieber! (The updated version is pretty fun!)

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  159. amy says:

    the First Noel!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  160. Sheronda says:

    O Holy Night – Classic!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  161. K says:

    Hark, the Herald Angels Sing

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  162. LA says:

    “Christmas is All Around” (Billy Mack- Love Actually)…. always makes me smile!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  163. ACat says:

    White Christmas! Even though I live in FL…

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  164. Deborah says:

    “Christmas is All Around” – Billy Mack

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  165. Rebecca says:

    I love the cheesiness of “All I Want For Christmas is You,” as well as “Last Christmas.” More traditionally, I love “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” and “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.”

    I'm super excited for this giveaway! I've been wanting to try Laura Mercier products to see if they're worth it.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  166. amanda says:

    Oh Holy Night

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  167. Julie says:

    White Christmas by Bing Crosby (love the movie as well!)

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  168. Mere says:

    Have a Holly Jolly Christmas — and of course All I Want for Christmas is youuuuu πŸ™‚

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  169. Anna Louisa says:

    The Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's Messiah…especially seeing everyone stand at attention πŸ™‚

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  170. Katie says:

    I'm not a big fan of Christmas music, but I do like “Carol of the Bells.”

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  171. Emily says:

    White Christmas

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  172. Leah S. says:

    Cliche Answer (that I shamefully can't help but dance to whenever I hear it): 'All I want for Christmas is You' Mariah Carey.

    Off the wall fave: 'I want a hippopotamus for Christmas' by Gayla Peevey.

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  173. Connie Crawford says:

    Linus and Lucy ( Them song to the Peanuts cartoon written by Vince Guaraldi) It reminds me of A Charlie Brown Christmas!

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  174. Sharona says:

    As a Jewish girl, the token song would be dreidle, drielde…but that's no fun, so I'll just choose Mariah Carey's All I Want for Christmas (because I'm not too familiar with any others!)!!

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  175. Christine says:

    All I Want for Christmas is You- and the version sang in Love Actually is the best!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  176. Rose says:

    Silent Night!

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  177. SLS says:

    All I Want for Christmas, sung by Mariah Carey!

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  178. Nicole says:

    “All I Want for Christmas is You” by Mariah Carey… I'll listen to it any time of year.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  179. Mags says:

    “Rocking Around the Christmas Tree”

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  180. Ayana says:

    Auld Lang Syne – What New Year's Eve Party would be complete without it??

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  181. Meredith says:

    I saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus – by the Ronettes. I adore the Phil Spector Christmas Album. It was the only album my parents would play around the holidays.

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  182. EK says:

    “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” – such a classic.

    Can't wait to try this primer one way or another…I just started using Laura Mercier's finishing powder and love it!

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  183. Georgeanne says:

    “O Holy Night”

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  184. Georgeanne says:

    “Baby It's Cold Outside”

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  185. Amanda says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite

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  186. Mae says:

    Oh Holy Night is my go to!!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  187. HMB says:

    “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” by the Carpenters is my all time favorite.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  188. Samantha says:

    I may be Jewish, but I love Christmas music! My favorite is “Carol of the Bells” by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

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  189. Megan says:

    'All I Want For Christmas Is You' <3

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  190. Lauren says:

    I always look forward to the beautifully somber We Three Kings.

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  191. Janet says:

    Please Come Home for Christmas by Harry Connick Jr.

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  192. EMB says:

    Sting- Soul Cake

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  193. Emily says:

    “The Christmas Song” when Nat King Cole's singing it.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  194. Meghan says:

    O Holy Night!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  195. danielle says:

    “Happy XMas (War is Over)” has long been one of my favorites.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  196. Emma says:

    White Christmas (love the movie too!)

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  197. Lauren says:

    God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman. Totally Nerdy.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  198. meaghan says:

    Baby it's cold outside! Thanks for the giveaway!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  199. Amy says:

    O Come, O Come Emmanuel – especially love the Mannheim Steamroller version

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  200. Linda L says:

    Rocking around the Christmas Tree is my favorite!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  201. MG says:

    Jingle Bells!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  202. A says:

    I love “O Holy Night”!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  203. AM says:

    Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)

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  204. Jacqueline says:

    All I want for Christmas

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  205. Madeleine says:

    Little Drummer Boy — gets me every time.

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  206. KC says:

    O Holy Night! No matter how religious you are, it's a beautiful song!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  207. Jessica says:

    “Christmas Wrapping” by the Waitresses

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  208. Sharon S. says:

    Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  209. Jessica says:

    Sleigh Bells, the one without words.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  210. mkbrod2 says:

    “Winter Wonderland” i've been singing it in the shower since Halloween!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  211. K says:

    “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas” always leaves me smiling…

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  212. okgirl says:

    Once in Royal David's City

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  213. Kimberly says:

    Last Christmas by Wham

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  214. Kim says:

    Carol of the Bells and Away in a Manger!

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  215. Rachael K. says:

    “Silver Bells.”

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  216. L says:

    I Saw Three Ships

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  217. ael says:

    I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas-so cute!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  218. CJBadger says:

    O Little Town of Bethlehem

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  219. Ginny Clair Hitt says:

    A Baby Changes Everything by Faith Hill!!!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  220. Katie O. says:

    Happy Xmas (War is Over)

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  221. Sarah says:

    Oh there are so many to love! I kind of like the Grinch–so funny and expressive and the lyrics are creative. (don't worry, I'm not a grinch though!)

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  222. Niki says:

    i really like linda ronstadt's “river” from her merry little christmas album

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  223. scarney111 says:

    Carol of the Bells!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  224. Katie says:

    Little Drummer Boy

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  225. K says:

    God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  226. K says:

    “Baby it's Cold Outside”, pick your version. What a fantastic retro, holiday flirt!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  227. Nora says:

    Judy Garland's “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” – always makes me tear up!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  228. kb says:

    Baby It's Cold Outside!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  229. HH says:

    “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” as sung by the Muppets and John Denver

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  230. JT says:

    Baby It's Cold Outside!

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  231. ellabella says:

    Silent Night — the classic, the best.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  232. AM says:

    Driving Home for Christmas, by Chris Rhea…always makes me feel nostalgic for some reason.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  233. MYN says:

    “Christmas Time Is Here” from Charlie Brown. It was our first dance at our wedding.

    December 5, 2011/Reply
  234. Emily says:

    Carol of the Bells! Nothing puts me in the holiday spirit like that song!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  235. Miriam says:

    Joy to the World

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  236. Jennifer says:

    Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas by Judy Garland

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  237. Morgan says:

    Jingle Bell Rock!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  238. Mackenzie says:

    Carol of the Bells by anyone really, but my favorite is the version by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  239. kim says:

    O Holy Night

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  240. Anne says:

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year – Kate & Anna McGarrigle (Wainwright mom and aunt)

    The whole album is great, but that song is a must have.

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  241. Erika says:

    “All I want for Christmas is you”

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  242. Morgan says:

    O Holy Night!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  243. KL says:

    All I Want for Christmas is you of course!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  244. Jessie says:

    “Baby It's Cold Outside” sung by Liza Minnelli and Alan Cumming

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  245. laurel says:

    grandma got run over by a reindeer … okay, seriously,it's “o' holy night” or god rest ye merry gentlemen…

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  246. JS says:

    Oh Holy Night, by far.

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  247. Kristen says:

    Carol of the Bells!! πŸ™‚

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  248. Sara says:

    Martina McBride- O Holy Night!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  249. Laura C. says:

    Indiana Christmas sung by Straight No Chaser.

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  250. Trish says:

    Santa Baby!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  251. Nancy says:

    Jingle Bell Rock! It has been my favorite since I was a kid!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  252. Carolyn says:

    Sleigh Ride, by Leroy Anderson [either the instrumental or Ella Fitzgerald version will do!].

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  253. Stephanie says:

    As much as I tell everyone it annoys me, I can't help but sing Santa Baby every time it comes on.

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  254. Brittany says:

    The 12 Days of Christmas sung by the Muppets!!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  255. Gina says:

    Have yourself a merry little Christmas, Judy Garland, is the BEST.

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  256. No Drama Mama says:

    Winter Wonderland, because I always hoped my life would turn out like that. Hah.

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  257. clara says:

    hark the herald angels sing

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  258. MidwestChic says:

    Anything on the new Michael Buble Christmas album is amazing!!!

    But my Catholic roots lead me to pick Ave Maria. Beautiful!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  259. Wendy T says:

    The First Noel

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  260. Chris says:

    Christmas Eve in Washington!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  261. Chelsea says:

    Appropriately, I like the Carole of the Bell(e)s.

    Thanks Belle!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  262. Parul Monga says:

    “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” especially as sung by Michael Bublé!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  263. Kate says:

    Eartha Kitt's I'm gettin' nothin' for Christmas…. just a little bit bad, and that makes it all so good!

    December 6, 2011/Reply
  264. Connie says:

    Andy Williams version of “The Christmas Song (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire)”

    December 7, 2011/Reply
  265. Jessica says:

    Happy Christmas (War Is Over)

    December 7, 2011/Reply
  266. Courtney B says:

    Suzy Snowflake. Okay, it was my favorite Christmas song when I was 5 or 6 but still a classic : )

    December 7, 2011/Reply
  267. Sarah Elizabeth says:

    All I Want for Christmas is You or Christmas (Baby Come Home) by Michael Buble. I also LOVE Thistlehair the Christmas Bear by Alabama & Take a Walk (Through Bethlehem) by Trisha Yearwood.

    December 7, 2011/Reply
  268. Cait says:

    Hmm. “O Holy Night” as long as it isn't sung by Mariah.

    December 7, 2011/Reply
  269. Brigid says:

    Silver Bells!

    December 7, 2011/Reply
  270. Venu says:

    Walking in a Winter Wonderland! πŸ™‚

    December 7, 2011/Reply
  271. Elizabeth says:

    So many!

    “O Come, All Ye Faithful” and “O Holy Night” have to be two of my loves.

    December 8, 2011/Reply
  272. Andrea says:

    Let It Snow! “Oh the weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful”

    December 8, 2011/Reply
  273. Janet says:

    The Hallelujah Chorus, esp the one sung by The Roches. And when hearing it in person, I never have to be reminded to stand up–it just happens automatically!

    December 9, 2011/Reply
  274. EBT says:

    Jesus Christ the Apple Tree

    December 9, 2011/Reply
  275. Ada says:

    All I want for Christmas is You

    December 11, 2011/Reply
  276. Theresa says:

    “Do You Hear What I Hear?” sung by Carrie Underwood. It's just such a beautiful rendition of a really special holiday song πŸ™‚

    December 12, 2011/Reply
  277. Belle says:

    THANK YOU FOR ENTERING. THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.

    December 12, 2011/Reply